HMS Terrible (1845)  (6th)
Wooden Paddle Frigate 19-gun

This the sixth ship to carry the name HMS Terrible was a 19-gun, wooden paddle frigate. The first four funnelled ship in the Royal Navy.

Built at Deptford Dockyard, launched 06-Feb-1845, 226 ft long, 42ft 6in wide, of 1,858 tons builders measurement and displacing 3,189 tons. Armed with 8 x 68pdr, 8 x 56pdr and 3 x 12pdr guns.

Took part in the Royal Fleet Review 1853.

Sold 07-Jul-1879.

Won the Battle Honour: Crimea 1854-55.


Other HMS Terrible
- 1st  HMS Terrible
- 2nd HMS Terrible
- 3rd HMS Terrible
- 4th HMS Terrible
- 5th HMS Terrible
- 6th HMS Terrible
- 7th HMS Terrible
- 8th HMS Terrible

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This page last edited - 23 August, 2012.

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